Big Piney River, Missouri

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Big Piney River

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Big Piney River is about 110 miles long starting near Cabool in Texas County, and flowing into the Gasconade River in Pulaski County. It is named after the pine tree forests located on its upper course. This river is also called: Piney Fork, Piney Creek, Piney River or Big Piney Creek. This spring fed river has sparkling clear water, and is one of the best fishing streams in Missouri. It is great spot for rafting or canoeing with camping, cabins and resorts located along the river.

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RIVER SIZE:
Big Piney River in Missouri has 483,200 surface acres and is 110 miles long.

CONTACT INFO AND DIRECTIONS:
(417) 256-7161

From Jefferson City, Columbia or Rolla, take Hwy 63 south, 23 miles to Hwy K. Follow Hwy K, 10 miles to junction of Hwy K and Hwy J. Turn left on Hwy K. Go through Duke.

GENERAL:
Cabins, Float Trips

FISH SPECIES:
Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Sunfish, Walleye, Rock Fish, Goggle-eye

ACTIVITIES:
Fishing
Camping
Hunting Area Near By
WATER SPORTS:
Canoeing
Rafting

Comments

  1. Barbara Duvall says:

    Our family has floated Big Piney for over 30 consecutive years each July. We love it. If you want to enjoy a quiet, peaceful, relaxing float, you will like Big Piney. If you are into bumper canoes and fast water, this River may not be for you. We only float from Slab town to Duke, so I am not familiar with the rest of the River. Great for beginners, and small kids. It normally is very family friendly.

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